Move over KFC because Swiss Chalet is getting into the fried chicken game. Starting Wednesday, May 17, participating locations will be serving up new Kick’n Crispy Chicken – the chain’s very own unique Canadian take on craveable fried chicken.
While just about everyone is familiar with KFC’s secret recipe of 11 different herbs and spices selling point, Kick’n Crispy Chicken has its own signature blend of seasonings featuring hints of the brand’s signature sauce in the coating. The chicken is also marinated for 24 hours before being breaded and hitting the fryer.
You can find Swiss Chalet’s new Kick’n Crispy Chicken at participating locations across Canada beginning May 17, through June 11, 2017.
I’ll circle back to this with more details like pricing, etc., when the new offering officially launches on Wednesday.
As promised, with today’s launch, I was able to get more details on pricing and options from my local Swiss Chalet,
Kick’n Crispy Chicken is available at my Swiss Chalet as part of five options:
The Crispy Quarter Chicken meal features a quarter chicken – 2 pieces, a combination of dark and white meat – crisped until golden and served with your choice of 2 new or classic sides, coleslaw, white or multigrain roll and Chalet Sauce. The meal carries a suggested price of $12.99.
The Crispy Chicken Half Chicken meal includes a half chicken – 4 pieces, a combination of dark and white meat – crisped until golden with your choice of 2 new or classic sides, coleslaw, white or multigrain roll and Chalet Sauce. You have to put down $17.99 for this option.
The Crispy Family Pak consists of 8 pieces of Crispy Chicken – a combination of dark and white meat – with your choice of 4 sides (new or classic), a large coleslaw, 12-oz of Chalet Sauce, and 4 white or multigrain rolls for $34.99.
The Crispy Chicken Pak – 8 Piece comes with 8 pieces of Crispy Chicken on its own – a combination of dark and white meat – for a suggested price of $27.99.
The Crispy Chicken Pak – 16 Piece includes 16 pieces of Crispy Chicken on its own – a combination of dark and white meat – for $54.99.
Prices and availability may vary by location.
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